‘Nothing to See’ – David Molloy

1999
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David Molloy, a Deaf priest based in Palmerston North, talks about his life in the church and his second collection of poems in ‘Nothing to See’, published in 1997.

‘Inside Out’ features David Molloy, a Deaf priest at the Catholic Deaf Centre in Palmerston North. He is also a poet and talks about his second collection of poems in “Nothing to See” which was published in 1997. He discusses his background and his writing style with an emphasis on ‘painting words’. David has been writing poetry since 1984. His first book was “In a Glass Teardrop” in 1993.

David’s role at the Catholic Deaf Centre is to enable Church services, teachings, activities, programs, and the spiritual aspects of life to be more accessible for Deaf people in NZSL. His education background includes degrees in Philosophy and Theology.

Produced by:
Inside Out
Reference number:
SDC10-01-TV99